It is going to be another interesting contest as both India and Australia will look to clinch the series at Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium in the capital. The visitors have made a solid comeback into the series after winning the last two matches. Ashton Turner was able to turn the tables in the fourth ODI for the tourists.

Meanwhile, India will like to make a solid comeback into the series. The biggest positive for the hosts was the return of form of Shikhar Dhawan and Rohit Sharma. Dhawan desperately needed some runs under his belt and he was able to get back his Midas Touch. However, Dhawan’s career best of 143 went in vain as Australia won by four wickets.

India vs Australia 2019, India's Predicted Playing XI
India celebrates a wicket. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

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Feroz Shah Kotla stats

Total First Batting Second Batting
23 11 12
Innings average (Average run-rate) 225.59 (4.87) 239.78 (4.94) 211.39 (4.79)

Team Records:

Team ODIs Won Lost Tied/No Result
India 19 12 6 0/1
Australia 5 2 3 0/0

3. India vs Australia at this venue

Total ODIs India Won Australia Won Tied/No Result
4 3 1 0/0

Team Records

Last 10 Matches:

Team Won Lost Tied/No Result
India 7 3 0/0
Australia 4 6 0/0

India vs Australia record in India:

Stats Total ODIs India Won Australia Won Tied/No Result
Overall 60 27 28 0/5
In last 10 ODIs 10 7 3 0/0

Team India Stats

Virat Kohli’s needs another 67 runs to leapfrog the tally of Rahul Dravid who scored 10889 runs. Kohli has already overhaul Dravid as an Indian batsman.

Virat Kohli (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

Shikhar Dhawan needs another 32 runs to complete 9000 International runs. Dhawan has thus far scored 8968 runs.

Rohit Sharma has scored 7954 ODI runs. Thus, the Indian opener needs another 46 runs to complete 8000 runs. He will become the 11th Indian batsman to achieve the milestone. Furthermore, the right-hander needs another 13 runs to complete 6000 ODI runs as an opener.

Ravindra Jadeja needs another five wickets to complete 400 International wickets. He will become the seventh Indian bowler to achieve this landmark.

Ravindra Jadeja (Credits: Getty Images)

Australia stats:

Glenn Maxwell has thus far taken 47 ODI wickets. Consequently, he needs another three wickets to complete 50 ODI wickets. He will become the 10th Australian spinner to reach the feat.